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       asnval - validate ASN.1 biological sequence records


       asnval  [-] [-A] [-B] [-C N] [-E str] [-G] [-J] [-K] [-L filename] [-M]
       [-N flags] [-P N] [-Q N] [-R N] [-S N] [-T] [-X]  [-Y]  [-Z]  [-a type]
       [-b]   [-c]   [-d path]  [-e]  [-i filename]  [-k]  [-l]  [-o filename]
       [-p path] [-r] [-u] [-v N] [-x str]


       asnval is a  command-line  tool  to  validate  ASN.1-format  biological
       sequence records.


       A summary of options is included below.

       -      Print usage message

       -A     Validate Alignments

       -B     Validate Barcodes

       -C N   Max count

       -E str Only Error Code to Show

       -G     GI lookup from accession

       -J     Require ISO-JTA?

       -K     Summary to error file

       -L filename
              Log File

       -M     Match locus_tag against General ID

       -N flags
              Latitude-longitude / country flags
              0      none
              1      test state/province
              2      ignore water exception
              3      both of the above

       -P N   Highest severity for error to show:
              0      none
              1      informational
              2      warning
              3      error (default for -Q)
              4      grounds for rejection (default for -P, -R)

       -Q N   Lowest severity for error to show, per P

       -R N   Severity for error in return code, per P

       -S N   Skip count

       -T     Use Threads

       -X     Exon splice check

       -Y     Check against old IDs

       -Z     Remote CDS product fetch

       -a type
              Input ASN.1 type:
              a      Automatic (default)
              z      Any
              e      seq-Entry
              b      Bioseq
              s      bioseq-Set
              m      seq-subMit
              t      baTch bioseq-set
              u      batch seq-sUbmit

       -b     Batch file is Binary

       -c     Batch file is Compressed

       -d path
              Path to Indexed Binary ASN.1 Data

       -e     Ignore transcription/translation Exceptions

       -i filename
              Single input file (standard input by default)

       -k     Local fetching

       -l     Lock components in advance

       -o filename
              Single output file

       -p path
              Path to ASN.1 Files

       -r     Remote Fetching from ID

       -u     Recurse

       -v N   Verbosity, from 0 to 4 (1 by default)

       -x str File selection substring (.ent by default)


       The National Center for Biotechnology Information.


       cleanasn(1), sequin(1).